coupon fraud is usually committed when coupons are redeemed by retailers that they obtained fraudulently
Right. It's also considered fraud when you use a coupon knowing it's not supposed to work on the product your purchasing, even if the computer accepts it.
But it doesn't seem like this is the case here and I was in error.
Just went to Target and it worked for me. The coupon came up saying that none of products I had worked with the coupon. The cashier started to say they were for the bigger degrees, but just took off the $2 anyways.
I got success with "IE Tab" for Chrome extension which basically just reopens the page in a tab but uses IE to drive that tab. Funny how both Chrome and Firefox failed this time, especially when just a week or two ago I printed successfully from target's coupon site using Chrome! Oh well, glad something worked!
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